Rangers ultras group the Union Bears have asked supporters inside the stadium to take part in a special tifo ahead of the Europa League match against Brondby.

The group have appealed to supporters to hold the tifo up as the players emerge from the tunnel and have encourage fans to help it reach their “full potential”.

The UB have produced some memorable tifos over the years and the unveiling of them are nowadays a big part of the European match experience.

Fans are also being asked to encourage those around him and the anticipation will now build as to what the fans plan to unveil.

“The Union Bears have prepared a tifo for tonight’s match [against Brondby],” reads a Union Bears statement.

“Please hold the 2-stick up as the teams emerge from the tunnel. Participation is key for this display to reach full potential.

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“Please encourage others around to take part. Union Bears – No Surrender.”

Rangers are under no illusions that this evening is a must-win clash with Brondby currently a point above them in Europa League Group A.

The Ibrox side are without a win their opening two group games following defeats to Lyon (H) and Sparta Prague (A).

Brondby were defeated 3-0 in Lyon in their last Europa League clash but earned a point via a 0-0 draw with Sparta in Denmark.


Ibrox manager Steven Gerrard admitted pre-match that the club will need at least four points from the next six available in the double-header against the Danish club.

Here’s how we fancy Rangers to line-up for the clash with the Ibrox side with the Gers having four key first-teamers out of the side.

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